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The Donna Ford Attallah College of Educational Studies undergraduate programs integrate academic coursework and hands-on training to provide students with an excellent foundation for work in schools, communities, or healthcare settings. Our outstanding, nationally recognized faculty is dedicated to fostering the next generation of teachers, leaders, and healthcare professionals. Chapman graduates are well prepared to link their comprehensive academic knowledge with their practical skills to become an "educator" in the broadest, most holistic, definition of the term.

Learn more about the Donna Ford Attallah College of Educational Studies. To learn more about our unique undergraduate programs click on the links below.

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Integrated Educational Studies

The Integrated Educational Studies program provides students with a comprehensive foundation to be Educators in a classroom or community setting.
Lead Minor

Minor in Leadership Studies

The leadership minor provides hands-on leadership training to compliment any career path.
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Integrated Five-Year Bachelor’s plus MA in Curriculum and Instruction (MACI)

With 5 years of full-time study, students obtain a bachelor’s plus master of arts. The dual degree program is an integrated 4+1 that provides student with their California Teaching Credential and master’s degree.